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Prunus subhirtella autumnalis 'Rosea'


Prunus subhirtella autumnalis 'Rosea' (Prunus subhirtella)

Still a tiny tree, but covered in buds and they are opening!



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~lovely~will check this out!

1 Dec, 2008

 

It flowers right through the winter into spring, Arlene. I wouldn't be without one. I had one in Kent and it was a joy in the winter.

1 Dec, 2008

 

~I love things that defy the weather and put on a show when all around things are dying back`~like the winter flowering honeysuckle and the hellebores and snowdrops !
I will see where I can get one~is it slow growing?

1 Dec, 2008

 

It would appear so - I can't remember how long it took in Kent - we were there 34 years - but this is its third winter and it has only grown about 6 - 8"

1 Dec, 2008

 

~ that's good~thank you Spritz!

1 Dec, 2008

 

Gorgeous Pic Spritz :)

1 Dec, 2008

 

Thanks, Jacque!

1 Dec, 2008

amy
Amy
 

Another one for my list Spritz. !

1 Dec, 2008

 

This is lovely Spritz

1 Dec, 2008

 

I think that is a splendid tree one for my list as well.

1 Dec, 2008



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